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    Calveta

    Calveta Dining Services, Inc.: Case Analysis Abstract Calveta Dining Services, Inc. was a $2 billion, privately held firm that managed foodservice operations for nearly 1,000 senior living facilities (SLFs) in the United States. It was built on Antonio Calveta’s passion for food and traditional family values. It made better food that was more nutritious for the residents of the SLFs whose current food budgets did not exceed. It also provided with not only higher-quality food but also more personalized

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    Calveta

    NEGOTIATING & COMMUNICATING Answer all questions to the best of your ability. There are no right or wrong answers. Name: Age: 18-24 ___ 25-30 ___ 31-35 ___ 40-45 ___ 45 & above ___ Gender: Occupation: |How likely are you to do each of the following when NEGOTIATING? | | |Neither Likely | | | | |Very Unlikely | |nor Unlikely |

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    Calveta

    Sustainable Competitive Advantage Approach Calveta whish is operating dining services is provide their services in senior living market by managing the food service operation to the senior living facilities (SLFs) in the United States. Calveta is very experience in preparing the healthy and nutritious food for old people that is suitable for the residence in the senior living facilities (SLFs). Other than Calveta, there are several players in the senior living market that providing dining service

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    1 Calveta Dining Services, Inc.: Case Analysis CALVETA DINING SERVICES, INC.: CASE ANALYSIS Smera Eliza Philip PA1136 28th August 2011 University of Mysore and Post Graduate Program in Management 2 Calveta Dining Services, Inc.: Case Analysis Abstract Calveta Dining Services, Inc. was a $2 billion, privately held firm that managed food service operations for nearly 1,000 senior living facilities (SLFs) in the United States. It was built on Antonio Calveta’s passion for food and traditional

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    Organisational Behavior

    relevant to the ‘Calveta’ case include: a) Environment: Calveta currently only has a 10% share of the total SLF market. The United States Bureau’s has predicted that the number of elderly will climb from 39 million in 2009 to 72 million by 2030. Hence, many analysts predict that the number of elderly living in SLFs will increase. Furthermore, only 25% of SLFs are contracted for food service. b) History: Calveta’s “no debt philosophy”. In line with ‘old school traditions’, Calveta did not carry

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    Caalveta Case Study

    Inc: A Recipe for Growth? CASE STUDY Synopsis: Founded in 1972 by Antonio Calveta $2 billion Senior Living Facilities – SLF dining service company serving quality food. Number of employees 15,000 Servicing 976 SLF in 2009 Not a part of any other industry 2007 Antonio Calveta COE and founder retired and his son, Frank Calveta was replaced as the CEO. Antonio’s Operating Values Develop every Calveta employee to their full potential Provide highest quality food and personalized service

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    Calveta

    Introduction Calveta Dining Service was built on Antonio Calveta’s passion food and traditional family values. Calveta Dining Service was $2 billion, privately held firm that managed food services operations for nearly 1,000 senior living facilities (SLFs) in the United States. When Antonio retired in 2007 after 35 years of leadership, he named his eldest son, Frank to be as a Chief Executive Officer in Calveta Dining Service. He told his son to double the company’s revenue within five years

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    Calveta-Question 2

    calveta’s to maintain their customers in all material aspects and to avoid any mobilization of their customer to competitors market. D. Employee welfare and development as a fundamental for Caleveta’s operations. From father to son, calveta;s are consistently consider on the core elements of employee development in compliance with “Antonio ways” and this aspect act as a fundamental for calveta’s to maintain sustainable competitive advantage in which good employee reflect the well operation

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    Calveta Approach

    other food service providers copied Calveta’s approach this is because Calveta use differentiation focus approach for their business and this approach make other food service difficult to copy their operation. First reason is because most of the competitors might have not started as a traditional family company. As we know Calveta Dining Services was built on Antonio Calveta’s passion for food and traditional family values. Calveta Dining Services had their own family recipes and it difficult for other

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    Calvetta Case

    1. Abstract Calveta Dining Services is provides services for senior living facilities (SLFs) in the United States (US). The founder of Calveta Dining Services, Antonio Calveta is originated from a poor village in Southern Italy. He is noticed for the passion for food and traditional family values. Calveta Dining Services is taken over by Frank Calveta upon the retirement of his father, Frank Calveta. Frank Calveta was appointed as the new CEO for the Calveta Dining Services. It seems

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    Calveta Dining Services

    Summary Report of Introduction Case: Calveta Dining Services To: Antonio Calveta From: Frank Calveta For your information, Calveta under a stable growth for past few years, and profit for the company was increasing. Besides that, less than 2% of the clients terminate the contract with the company within a year, good news to the company and clients no much complain on the food and services quality. However, there are some issues that I need to report here, which are the clients

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    Calveta Dining Services

    1. What role (if any) have Calveta's values have played in the organization's success to date? Calveta adopted the heritage from the family with hard work, and made the Company personal, familiar, and unique. The Company was the manifest of Calveta’s personality with his attention on the sophisticated details. The values secured a safe and risk avoiding status inside the company and between the employees. They secured the differentiation from the competition, and secured Calveta’s fourth largest

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    Galveta

    Calveta Dining Services, Inc. was a $2 billion, privately held firm that provided food services to almost 1000 senior living facilities (SLF’s) in the United States. Antonio Calveta, the founder of Calveta Dining retired in 2007 after 35 years of leadership and he named his eldest son Frank as the new CEO and told him to double the company’s revenues within a space of 5 years. The dilemma that Frank was facing was that even after 2 years into this job of his he did not have any credible strategies

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    Calveta Dining Services Inc. Case Summary

    Calveta was a firm that managed food service operations for senior living facilities (SLFs) in the US. It was built on the passion for food and traditional families value of Antonio Calvelta, who was known as founder and former CEO of Cavelta Inc. Antonio had begun his restaurant in 1966 and entered the senior market in 1972. He made better food that was also more nutritious for residents in SLFs but not exceed their food budgets. In 2007, Antonio named his eldest son Frank (CFO) as the new CEO

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    Calveta Complete

    motivates and empowers the members of the staff to ensured that the staffs feel the Calveta viewed every staff as valued members of the organization and understands that their job is to take care of their clients respectfully. The same approach was used with the clients ensuring them that the goal of the organization was to fully take care of their needs. Calveta is like a big family that every member of Calveta will help each other during working hour or even after work. They encourage their employees

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    Calveta

    Calveta Dining Services, Inc. Jinu JosephPA1115 | Abstract Calveta Dining Services, Inc. was a $2 billion, privately held firm that provided food services to almost 1000 senior living facilities (SLF’s) in the United States. Antonio Calveta, the founder of Calveta Dining retired in 2007 after 35 years of leadership and he named his eldest son Frank as the new CEO and told him to double the company’s revenues within a space of 5 years. The dilemma that Frank was facing was that even after

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    Calveta Dining Services, Inc.: a Recipe for Growth?

    4261 MARCH 4, 2011 JAMES L. HESKETT PATRICIA GIRARDI Calveta Dining Services, Inc.: A Recipe for Growth? On a June day in 2009, Frank Calveta, president and chief executive officer of Calveta Dining Services, Inc., struggled as he prepared to present growth strategies to his father, founder and former CEO Antonio Calveta. Calveta was a $2 billion, privately held firm that managed food service operations for nearly 1,000 senior living facilities (SLFs) in the United States. When Antonio

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    Calveta Case

    rP os t 4261 MARCH 4, 2011 JAMES L. HESKETT PATRICIA GIRARDI op yo Calveta Dining Services, Inc.: A Recipe for Growth? tC On a June day in 2009, Frank Calveta, president and chief executive officer of Calveta Dining Services, Inc., struggled as he prepared to present growth strategies to his father, founder and former CEO Antonio Calveta. Calveta was a $2 billion, privately held firm that managed food service operations for nearly 1,000 senior living facilities (SLFs) in

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